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The Adams County Record Wednesday, April 4, 2012 Page 3 Enforcement Side: Evaluate, audit, reorganize, etc. Don will become POST certified in this phase. Chief Deputy continues his position. Please vote for the per- son that can do the job, not solid mixture. Like a breath just your neighbor or friend, of fresh air, Don will bring Instead of trying to "rebuild" "positive change" and we will a foundation that has been "be proud of our county." crumbling for years, let's /_,'da 'o_r gai/ey start with a "new7 more F;a;zVa/ leri Soulier will represent all of us Dear Editor, I am proud to be actively supporting and endorsing a Republican candidate for Legislative District 9, for Representative Position B - Jeri Soulier! It is time this district has a Legislative Representative that will be representing all of the citizens, willing to lis- ten to their concerns, seek answers and solutions by promoting a Government By the People and FOR the People. We need a Representative who will treat all citizens with respect, be involved in the commu- nities, approachable, and, above all, promote transpar- ency in every aspect of gov- ernment. We need to have trust re-established with our elected officials. We need Jeri Soulier. I personally know that Jeri will do what she says. She thinks for herself, stands on her own two feet, and if it's the right thing to do she will be sure and do it. Jeri has a successful local business of over 19 years because of her honesty, hard work, effort to increase her knowledge and her ethical standards. This is why I endorse and support Jeri Soulier to represent us in the Idaho Legislature. Please join me by voting for Jeri Soulier in the Primary on Tuesday, May 15th. 5;m2rly, /Tarom #);dtmr Officials are hedging their bets on wolves Dear Editor, I like your new format very much. I believe that you are using the same printer that the Kuna Melba News uses, they look very similar and I like it. Great job! Your articles on (and I paraphrase) "what good are wolves", I have read and reread those articles and the retired experts that have made inputs I find they are hedging their bets. I do believe that this is due to their job and retirement Continued status. They don't want to anger the "boss" so to speak. They seem to be riding the proverbial fence but if you really read between the lines, they do not believe that the wolves present any real value added to the environment. It (the game animal popu- lations) was better handled by hunting and trapping and Fish and Game setting the limits. Please correct me if I am wrong. With that said, we are going to have wolves in our lives whether we want them or not. No point in beating a dead horse (I could go on and on with the metaphor). Thanks for the time spent on informing the public about the wolf situation and I am sure you have made several people happy and as many are upset. It is the price of fame. M;hae/ Ladd_& ma Students need shop classes Dear Editor, I believe that improving the shop so that students can work in it would help us a great deal. We would have the ability to work on individual projects and use the equipment in the shop. Since the shop is declared unsafe, we cannot even go into the tool room or use the grinders or metal shear. All of these are necessities to welding. WE must be able to do this to learn all the tools of the trade. Fixing the shop would be very helpful to learn the trade of welding. Pleas e help us pass the levy; it would mean the world to us. A few votes could change our future Dear Editor, If the town were to pass the levy for the shop, the students of Council High School would graduate with a higher knowledge of the work force in today's soci- ety. Now, I understand that it would increase taxes, but it's a little price for a big benefit. Without the proper shop education, we (the stu- dents of Council High) are lacking some major skills that are required in today's industries. We would appreciate the help and support of the community for the shop. Approval of the levy could change our future. A few extra taxes for a lifetime of skilled workers with high knowledge of wood and metal working will benefit Council for years to come. Coa,;/ /,'h a,6ol Simpson Votes to Protect Hunting and Fishing on Public Lands Washington, D.C. Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson today sup- ported legislation pro- tecting Americans' abili- ty to hunt, fish, and shoot on public lands. H.R. 4089, the Sportsmen's Heritage Act of 2012, would ensure that pub- lic land managers facili- tate access for fishing, sport hunting, and rec- reational shooting on federal land managed by the BLM and Forest Service. Simpson, who chairs the House Interior and Environment Appropriations Subcommittee, has cosponsored a number of components of the bill. "Access to hunting, fishing, and other out- door recreational activi- ties is one of the reasons Idahoans love where they live" said Simpson. "Hunters and anglers have a long heritage of enjoying these activi- ties on public lands, and this bill ensures that they continue to have access to traditional recre- ational activities, even as land management plans change" would prevent EPA from banning the use of lead in ammunition and fish- ing tackle. The bill would also allow American hunters to bring into the United States polar bear In addition to facili- trophies taken in Canada tating access on federal prior to the polar bear lands for fishing, hunt- being listed as threatened ing, and shooting, H.R. under the Endangered 4089 would require the Species Act. BLM to open national H.R. 4089 passed the monument land under House by a vote of 273- its juris.diction for rec- 146. reational shooting and EXPERIENCE RESPECT RELIABILITY MARK EDWARDS Committed to Community Service www.markedwa  Visit us on Facebook PAID FOR BY EDWARDS FOR SHERIFF, 14 YEARS PUBLIC SAFETY EXPERIENCE ADVANCE CORRECTION CERTIFICATION LAURIE EDWARDS, TREASURER Death Notices Maud H. Rawlins Maud H. Rawlins, 91, of Boise, died April 23, 2012 in Boise. Services are pending with q-homason Funeral Home, Weiser. Condolences may be sent to the family at Death Notice Martin V. Kamppila Martin V. Kamppila, 72, of Weiser, died April 23, 2012 at his home. arrangements are under the direction of Thomason Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.lienkaemper- Vote May 15th for Stacy Swift Dreyer Stacy Swift Dreyer ..... ..... /taams ounty/-xssessor Aaams t.,ounty ssessor A great time for afresh and newperspective paid for by Stacy Swift Dreyer for Assessor Walt his received the complete endorsement of the Sheriff of Iliritop Contl, Arizoil, thrill lit lrll:il I Sheriff Jut has sadie| tie situatiet in Ilms lmtl a,t it is his ,lliaiaa that WALT is tit lEST cauiiiatt for Sheriff bert, IIMnll oumolo emtetelttmmbtUm,mmttmr II II